Sarah likes options… but she also likes a plan. This lecture and trunk show will discuss how Sarah uses her planning nature to develop rules for herself which drive her “Planned Improv” quilt design work. She shares work in a series and shows how she iterates on a design. Sarah explains how she develops a formula for her project. Quilters leave with specific ideas of how to develop a set of rules to guide their improv piecing.
Sarah will be teaching a Zoom class on Saturday, October 29, 2022 titled “Building an Improv Toolbox”. To learn more click here.
More About Sarah
Sarah Goer is a quilt artist, pattern designer, teacher, and lecturer who is passionate about using bold color and geometric design in both traditional and improv quilts. She enjoys inspiring others in their creativity. Her favorite tools for quilt design are graph paper and a design wall. Sarah lives in San Jose, California with her husband and two quilter kids and enjoys sharing her work and process.
Check out her website at sarahgoerquilts.com.
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